Reexamining America's Mental Health System

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Last month's tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut has spurred many people across the country to consider the United States's mental health care system -- and to worry that too often, the system allows people to fall through the cracks.

How truly cohesive is the U.S.'s mental health care system? And what can be done to ensure that those who need care most have access to it?

Dr. E. Fuller Torrey discusses the failings and inadequacies of the country's mental health system.